[Pkg-running-devel] CycloGraph packaging

Ralf Treinen treinen at free.fr
Sun Nov 18 18:22:09 UTC 2012


On Thu, Nov 15, 2012 at 09:44:36PM +0100, Federico Brega wrote:
> 2012/7/24 Christian PERRIER <bubulle at debian.org>:
> > Quoting Federico Brega (charon.66 at gmail.com):
> >
> >> I applied the patch by Justin to the control file.
> >> It also mentions about not being exclusively for cyclists.
> >>
> >> I'll probably rewrite the readme file in the nexts days, using some
> >> extracts from the user manual, kindly reviewed by Justin.
> >> The readme is part of the upstream tarball, as it should be. How
> >> should the modification to it be handled?
> >> Does it requires some sort of new upstream release or a commit in the
> >> pkg-running git repository is enough?
> >
> >
> > To be "perfect", that should be a new upstream release.
> >
> Hello everyone,
> it took some time, but we made a new release of CycloGraph
> that includes the user manual and some changes in the code
> (Google Maps directions removed, Open Route Service added).
> The tar.gz I used hasn't been released yet; it should be considered
> something like an RC. If the Windows packaging goes well, we expect to
> officially release by Sunday 18th.
> On the Debian packaging side I need to make a trivial patch to disable the
> notifications for the available updates, but I can't find any document
> about that.
> Changing the source file with a plain git commit seems not to be the right way.

The best way to do changes against the originally released source files is
to use the quilt patch manager, which is integrated in the "3.0 (quilt)"
source format. Please see the instructions on



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